Yes, Mama Gail is totally tweeting me now. We're like, joined at the hip. Seriously. We're like friends now. NOBODY TELL HER HOW MUCH DEBT I'M IN.
|I mean, I know we're like BFFs now and everything,|
but I don't want to meet her until *after* I pay off the debt.
However, I will stick with the plan that Gail herself gave to me, where I save $50 a month for emergencies, and put every penny on my debt. (I mean, most pennies. Like 80% of my pennies. I'm sure she'll understand.)
|This is how I imagine a gathering of financial bloggers would be.|
It's like real-life link love (so civilized and coiffed!)
Are rewards cards costing you money? from Boomer & Echo makes me say, "I bet they secretly are. Right?Am I right?"
This coconut granola recipe from The Frugal Girl makes me say, "Nom, nom, nom."
10 ways to make $10 or more this week from Minting Nickels makes me say, "Yes, please!"
Frugal refresher day three - the tough stuff from Frugal Queen makes me say, "Gail would be proud."
Watermelon ice cubes from My Thirty Spot make me say, "HOW DID I NOT THINK OF THIS ALREADY?" Genius.
Eliminate cards for big people is Eco Mama's 124th environmental change, and it makes me say, "Kinda makes sense."
And thanks to Bucksome Boomer, who included my post "Why it's more expensive being single" in the Carnival of Personal Finance this week!
Beyonce knows what I'm talking about. It's hard out there for the single ladies!